SGH2 carbon negative hydrogen facility gets green light

SGH2 Energy Global Corporation’s carbon-negative hydrogen production facility recently cleared its final hurdle when the City of Lancaster Planning Commission approved the company’s use permit (CUP) and environmental impact statement (CEQA).

This approval green lights the Full Investment Decision (FID) and Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) phase of the project.

Dr. Robert T. Do, SGH2 CEO, said, “This is a major milestone for SGH2, the City of Lancaster and the world. Not only are we producing more hydrogen with a larger negative carbon footprint than other proposed green hydrogen projects, but we have now cleared a steep hurdle that no other large-scale green hydrogen company has achieved.

“Our facility has a low environmental footprint with minimal polluting emissions or effluents and meets all California’s strict state and local environmental and safety standards. All the carbon-negative clean hydrogen we produce has long-term off-take agreements and will supply hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) in the Los Angeles metropolitan areas while simultaneously supporting the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) and the Air Resources Board’s (CARB) goal of decarbonizing our heavy mobility footprint,” Do said.

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